French club looks to get new members

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French club looks to get new members

The French Club meets and enjoys the breakfast brought in by one of their members.
“If you like French and you don’t know a lot of french or if you do know a lot of french and you’re kind of like, ‘well I don’t know if I know enough french to join’. We don’t care just join. The club isn’t just about the language, but also the culture,” Book said.

The French Club meets and enjoys the breakfast brought in by one of their members. “If you like French and you don’t know a lot of french or if you do know a lot of french and you’re kind of like, ‘well I don’t know if I know enough french to join’. We don’t care just join. The club isn’t just about the language, but also the culture,” Book said.

The French Club meets and enjoys the breakfast brought in by one of their members. “If you like French and you don’t know a lot of french or if you do know a lot of french and you’re kind of like, ‘well I don’t know if I know enough french to join’. We don’t care just join. The club isn’t just about the language, but also the culture,” Book said.

The French Club meets and enjoys the breakfast brought in by one of their members. “If you like French and you don’t know a lot of french or if you do know a lot of french and you’re kind of like, ‘well I don’t know if I know enough french to join’. We don’t care just join. The club isn’t just about the language, but also the culture,” Book said.

Riley Smith, Ranger Review Reporter

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The Lewis-Palmer French Club was started in the 2015/2016 school year. The club has grown since then, and is still expanding, both member wise and what the club is doing. They are beginning to expand into more cultural activities.

“It’s definitely gotten more interest in the school body. We have a bigger club than when we first started,” Mr. Smith, the club’s sponsor, said.

As previously stated, they are still expanding into more cultural activities. Right now, they are right on the brink of these activities.

“We’re in a good progression, so if we keep on track, we’ll get there. But I would like to see in get more cultural and educational,” Mr. Smith said.

Along with slowly integrating new, more cultural activities, they provide a  calm, but fun environment. For all of their meetings, someone in the club brings in a food dish.

“Every Friday morning is when we have our meetings, so someone brings in muffins or doughnuts, or other breakfast foods,” Amy Book 9 said. “One time this kid brought in croissants which were apparently very good.”

Along with the food provided to the students, the club is open to everyone. The members are especially welcoming, they make the new members feel very welcome in the club.

“The upperclassmen and the president are really nice, and Mr. Smith’s really cool,” Book said.

The French club is looking to expand the size of their club along with everything else. There are only a few members in the club right now. 

“Well it’s not super popular at the moment, there’s only twelve people or less,” Book said.

Everyone in the club is very excited to see how far they are going to be able to expand the club. 

“Yeah, we have a lot of really good kids who are really good in French. Who are looking to do more activities outside of school like at museums,” Mr. Smith said

So far, the french club hasn’t done very many french activities. For right now, they are just trying to help promote their club, as well as get the club organized.

“So far we’ve just discussed and elected our president and secretary. The royal positions. We’ve also made posters to advertise for french club to try to get people joining. We’ve discussed getting t-shirts for french club,” Book said. “We’ve also discussed some ideas we could do for French Club because at the moment we haven’t done a whole lot french related. But I’m certain we’re getting there.”

As previously mentioned, the French Club is always looking for new members, and they all believe that if an individual is on the fence they should at least try it out.

“If you like French and you don’t know a lot of french or if you do know a lot of french and you’re kind of like, ‘well I don’t know if I know enough french to join’. We don’t care just join. The club isn’t just about the language, but also the culture,” Book said.

Both Mr. Smith and the club members encourage others to join and increase their numbers as the school year goes on. 

“Come try it out and see if they like it. It’s a good group of kids. They help each other with homework if they need to. It’s really fun, we listen to music and eat breakfast every meeting,” Mr. Smith said.

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